this is my first post so i hope it's in the correct location...
i've been working in IT for over 20 years. my background is infrastructure (servers, virtual servers, firewalls, load balancers, PKI, switches, storage, etc) - i've never really dabbled with programming. i now work in cyber security strategy (think more of a CISO type role), but i'm concerned that everything seems to be about writing api's and functions these days, which is an area i know little about
obviously i'm not about to start learning how to become a developer at this stage in my career, but how can an experienced IT professional learn enough about the basics of api's, containers and functions to be able to make risk-informed decisions at a strategic level?
interested to hear your thoughts